Comfortable street food with a good taste of the Turkish market, bright colors pouring towards you. Halloumi cheese, fig jam; spinach fried cheese rolls, green peppers with hand torn lamb, Turkish yogurt, and a specialty Turkish Semolina wheat honey cake. Visual taste of multiple enjoyment, blowing cool summer breeze, not cold, not hot, the atmosphere is relaxed.
A food center not far from Gurney Drive, many Indian food stalls, all kinds of food are mainly fried, covered with sweet and sour sauce, and a variety of iced drinks.
There is a big summary of food stalls. Every family’s business is very good, and it should be specially arranged. Almost no store is duplicated with other stores. The advantage of this is to avoid competition, but it is necessary for foodies like us. It’s also very troublesome to line up at n stores!
We tasted a variety of delicacies that day, among which the fried oyster was the most outstanding. Penang's oyster frying is different from Taiwan. Taiwanese people like to put a special sweet sauce, but because Penang people love spicy food, they use curry powder instead. The oysters here are quite large, and very fresh, with a bursting effect, full of flavor!
In addition, we also tasted sour sour, which is actually blanched octopus and topped with garlic oil. The taste is very good, but it is a bit expensive. Other delicacies include beef ketchup soup, spiced pork and so on. In short, there are everything you need to eat Penang authentic delicacies.
One of the highlights of visiting Penang is to taste local food. When you arrive in Penang, you must eat Penang Fried Kway Teow. The taste is different from other cities in Malaysia. This cooked food center is located in Baru Lane, George Town, Penang Island. There are different food stalls.